Says all over the internet its a scam if you do a google, lots of people not happy.
.... there's a lot of stupid people on the internet, otherwise scammers would give up. Like I said, it's an immoral service, they are selling something you can get for free elsewhere, but you have to authorise them.
To prove a point, I just made a fake reservation at Argos purely to get the 'Shoppers Discounts' page to appear. Here it is. Pay attention to the bits I have highlighted in RED.
Like I said above, it tells you throughout the page that you will be charged £10 per month, and also asks for credit card details. People on the internet claim that they've never seen this page - fact is, they have. They just don't want to admit that they didn't read the T&Cs.
I dislike the company as much as anyone - I make plenty of use of TopCashBack (saved about £300 this past year), Quidco (saved about £400 this past year), HotUKDeals (have bought way too much crap this year!) and vouchercodes.co.uk (have eaten way too many Prezzo meals this year!).
It just winds me up a bit when people protest innocence in these cases when the facts are there - at some point, you or someone else with access to the card will have seen a form like the one below, and said 'here's my card details, now give me my voucher'. That's how it works.
Note that if you have only just seen the charge appear, then chances are the details were given at least 30 days ago, due to the free 30 day period.
I do hope that you get the money back OK, but I don't expect them to offer great customer service as they are pretty much just a cash / commission generating computer for the companies they are affiliated with (Argos in this instance), I doubt they have more than one person manning a phone!
Edited by Bencrest, 22 January 2013 - 06:21 PM.